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Shared By: Josh Cook on Mar 3, 2009
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Start on obvious rail and move straight up through a small left crimp and slopey right sidepulls. Extra points if you can sit on your heal and take both hands off.


In the caves, this is on the one semi-attached to Rupture (back and left when looking at Rupture).


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Boulder, CO
SCherry   Boulder, CO
Tried this problem tonight for the first time. I've been hitting up MoSo after work all summer and the place has so many hidden gems. I have to mention for Balancing Act that at 5'8" with a +1 ape index I could not reach the first crimp on the face off the heel hook. No matter how high I started with the heel, or the right foot. I think this problem is V4 if you are 5'10" or taller. It's gonna take some work for me at my height, cause that first move is a serious reach. Beta anyone? Aug 5, 2009
doug rouse
Denver, CO.
doug rouse   Denver, CO.
I really like this problem.... The stretch is very cool. Just hook, and maintain long enough until your body kind of unwinds, and BAM! the Crimp! Deserves more than 2-Stars! A Very Tasty (if easy) little arete problem with a sit start lies behind this one across the chamber. Oct 22, 2009